Posted by TALOFA on Monday, May 2, 2011 at 4:16pm.
A farmer has 200 acres of land suitable for cultivating crops A, B and C. The cost per acre of cultivating crop A, crop B and crop C is $40, $60 and $80, respectively. The farmer has $12,600 available for land cultivation. Each acre of crop A requires 20 laborhours, each acre of crop B requires 25 laborhours and each acre of crop C requires 40 laborhours. The farmer has a maximum of 5950 laborhours available. If he wishes to use all his cultivatable land, the entire budget and all the labor available, how many acres of each crop should he plant? [Please can you show me how to Use the Gauss Jordan Elimination method to solve]

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